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New Year, New Leadership On Some Local School Boards

First meeting of the year includes elections for board leadership

Patagonia, Arizona and its surroundings attract thousands of tourists for birdwatching, hiking, dining and other activities.

Tucsonans: Plan for Summer Heat by Planting Trees Now

Trees for Tucson offering three trees for $15 to Tucson Electric Power customers

Death in Paradise: Damned If You Do

A death in the Saint Marie Heritage Society suggests that this cozy group could be less amicable than it seems. Thursday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Tax Filing Season Begins; IRS Says Send Return Online

Procrastinators' delight: Deadline will be 3 days later, April 18.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

2015 Brought Big Box Store Growth in Tucson

Stores over 10,000 square feet saw increased demand and new construction last year

Study: Too Many State Latino Children Remain Uninsured

Number has grown, but Arizona remains above national average.

Governor Doug Ducey, during an interview with AZPM's Lorraine Rivera from January 2016.

Episode 253: Budget Promises More Money for Education, Border Security

The Arizona legislature is in session and the Governor has outlined his priorities for 2016

AZ WEEK: Ducey Wants $31.5M for Border Drug Strike Force

Governor outlines priorities for 2016-17, including spending some of state's surplus.

Episode 74: 'Small Step' to Fostering Civility in Arizona Politics

12 percent of lawmakers recently took part in a National Institute for Civil Discourse program

Eleazar Castellanos at the Southside Worker Center.

Under the Sun

Andrew Brown talks to people about the realities of life in Southern Arizona, including the struggle to find work.

METRO WEEK: 'Small Step' to Fostering Political Civility

11 of 90 state lawmakers recently took part in a National Institute for Civil Discourse program.

Martin Luther Kink, jr

MLK Day Celebrations Include Street-Naming Ceremony

The civil rights leader will also be honored with a parade and festival at Reid Park.

Melting icebergs at Rothera form fantastical shapes.

NOVA: Mystery Beneath the Ice

Dive under the Antarctic ice to investigate what is destroying the polar food web. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

A rendering of the January 8th Memorial.

Tucson's Jan. 8 Memorial Design Revealed for Downtown

Monument to be centerpiece of a revitalized El Presidio Park

UA Science Lecture Series Examines Climate Change

Annual lectures pack Centennial Hall, will be streamed online.

Arizona Budget puzzle

Ducey Budget: Child Safety, Universities Get Some Surplus

Governor proposes spending $200M of state surplus this fiscal year, more next year.

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